The Best Of 2011 Series – Bride & Groom

A few days ago we kicked off this fun series I decided to do reflecting on the past year.  The plan is to showcase some of our favorite wedding photos from 2011 by specific categories, the first category up was wedding ceremonies…if you didn’t see it you can check it out right here.  Tonight’s post is dedicated to just the Bride and Groom portraits.

Keep in mind these are about 30 or so photos out of approx 40,000 photos taken for 2011 weddings!

I love ALL of these photos, definitely cannot pick 1 single image as a favorite of the year, can you?  Which photos are your favorites?  I’d love to know…leave us a comment 🙂

On with the show…

Jackie & Gerry – See their full blog post here.

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Sarina & Anthony – See their full blog post here.

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Ann & Chris – See their full blog post here.

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Keri & Kyle – See their full blog post here.

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Cerise & Vivek – See their full blog post here.

Founders Chapel Wedding

Kristin & Kurt – See their full blog post here.

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Marisa & Michael – See their full blog post here.

our lady of the rosary wedding

Janna & Chris – See their full blog post here.

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Brittany & Alex – See their full blog post here.

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Bree & Joe – See their full blog post here.

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Kelly & Brent – See their full blog post here.

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Mary & Matt – See their full blog post here.

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Halley & Chad – See their full blog post here.

los willows weddinglos willows weddingKelley & Travis – See their full blog post here.

  
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